Why can’t you have ice cream for breakfast?! This PB&J Pancake recipe uses ice cream in the batter AND on top. Treat yo self!
A few weeks ago, I was chatting with my twins and Maddie said “when I’m older, I’m going to have ICE CREAM for breakfast whenever I want!”. Having that treat yo self mentality is something I strive to have–how simple it seems in the eyes of a 10 year old! Remember when you were a kid and dreamed of being an adult?! Now that I’m here, I really miss the simple days of childhood at times.
I don’t know about you, but I love when I find out Hudsonville Ice Cream has a new batch of Limited Edition flavors. They’re always fun, bold and crave-able. This new batch does not disappoint…they’re aimed to indulge your inner kid.
The Crispy Cocoa Cereal Ice Cream is rich brown butter ice cream mixed with fudge ripple and chocolate covered rice cereal. The combo of the creamy fudge and crispy cereal is delightful! The Peanut Butter and Jelly Ice Cream is vanilla ice cream with ribbons of peanut butter, sweet strawberry jam swirl and peanut brittle pieces. I’m not sure how they do it, but it tastes JUST like your favorite childhood sandwich.
Since it’s birthday season here in our house, I thought it would be so fun to come up with a fun ice cream pancake recipe. Instead of buttermilk, I swapped out a little melted Peanut Butter and Jelly ice cream…but you also have to top it with ice cream, too! These are just the perfect way to indulge and treat yo self!
Side note: I can’t say that phrase without thinking about the amazing Retta as Donna on Parks & Recreation. That show is one of our favorites!
There are so many ways you can use the Crispy Cocoa Cereal ice cream for breakfast, too. Ummm, why not have some brownies!?
This would be such a fun pancake recipe for brinner, too! There are so many ways you can have fun with the toppings. I’ve added crumbled bacon and strawberries, but a peanut butter drizzle would be delish! Or mini chocolate chips! Consider even doing a toppings bar so everyone can pile on their favorites.
Have you tried these Limited Edition Hudsonville flavors yet? What would you make for an ice cream for breakfast day?